Oreo Pudding Poke Cake

Fluffy Oreo Pudding Poke Cake is filled with creamy cookies & cream pudding and topped with crunchy Oreo cookies. It is so YUMMY!

This Oreo pudding poke cake was so simple and tasty. Everyone loved it! Especially my Oreo lovers. For more outstanding Oreo try Oreo Fluff, Oreo Brownies, and Chocolate Covered Oreos.

Who loves oreos?!

Do you love Oreos as much as we do? We are always looking for recipes to make with them, including today’s recipe.

Oreo Pudding Poke Cake is simple and delish. It is easy to change it up for different flavors and fillings (think of any pudding flavor). 😉

You can also change it up based on the Oreos you buy to sprinkle on top. We all know there are lots of varieties these days, so use whatever flavors you like. And for that matter, you can change out the cake base too.

Regular Oreos are our go-to, but not matter what kind you use, it’s sure to be delicious.

how to make Oreo Poke Cake

CAKE. Make cake as directed using a 9×13 pan. While cake is still semi-warm, poke holes into your cake. I used the end of highlighter.

PUDDING. Make pudding as directed on box and pour over cake.

TOPPING. Sprinkle crushed Oreos on top.

Note: For a more set up pudding texture, chill the cake for a minimum of 30 min before serving.

Tips + Variations

  • The higher the fat content on milk the creamier the pudding will turn out. I suggest using 2% or higher, skim won’t get as creamy and thick of a pudding.
  • Once you have the pudding mixed up don’t wait for it to set, just pour it directly on top of the cake.
  • The best technique to crush Oreos, is to place some oreos in a ziploc bag and crush it with a rolling pin. Then you have your crumbs in a bag ready to go. 

Variations: Aside from using different types of Oreos you can also change up the flavor of cake or even add a topping of whipped cream. 

Storing Tips

Make this cake ahead of time, at least 30 minutes before you plan to serve it so that the pudding in the cake can set. You can also make it the day before.

STORE it covered in the fridge until you’re ready to serve it. It might get soggy if stored too long. It’s best to eat it within 1-2 days.

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Oreo Pudding Poke Cake Recipe

4.41 from 5 votes
Fluffy Oreo Pudding Poke Cake is filled with creamy cookies & cream pudding and topped with crunchy Oreo cookies. It is so YUMMY!
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Chill 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Servings 15
Calories 278 kcal
Author Lil' Luna


  • 1 box chocolate cake mix (and all ingredients on box)
  • 2 boxes Oreo INSTANT Pudding 3.4 oz boxes
  • 3 cups milk 2% or higher
  • 8 oz whipped cream
  • 10 Oreos crushed


  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Make cake as directed on package using a 9x13 pan.
  • While cake is still semi-warm, poke holes into your cake about 1-inch apart. I used the end of wooden spoon.
  • Make pudding by mixing together the pudding mix and milk until smooth. Pour over cake making sure it falls into the holes. Refrigerate cake for at least one hour.
  • Top with whipped cream and crushed Oreos. Serve immediately or refrigerate until ready to serve.

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      1. Kristyn,
        Just letting you know that my brother absolutely loved this cake for his birthday! It was so easy to make, & is definitely going to be a classic recipe in my book. Thanks again 🙂

        1. YAY!! So glad to hear that. Thanks for letting me know. It’s just so easy and good, it’s hard not to want to make it again. 🙂 Have a great St. Patrick’s Day! XO

  1. 5 stars
    I found your recipe on Pinterest and was going to make it tomorrow for my bible study small group, but I can’t stop drooling over the picture so the cake just came out of the oven! My husband keeps asking if it’s ready yet! We are so excited to try it! Thanks for the recipe! I’ve never made a ‘poke’ cake before but this is just too easy to not try! Yum! 🙂

  2. Excited to make this for a baby shower I’m hosting tomorrow. However, I don’t know how you manage to prep in 5 minutes….you have to prep the cake, prep the pudding, crush the oreos, and then put the cake together. 5 mintues is a drastic underestimate.

    1. Did you make this yet? 5 minutes may seem drastic, but it took me only 5 minutes to get the cake in the oven and have the oreos crushed (I literally took a rolling pin to them in one minute). And I didn’t prep the pudding until the cake was done, so didn’t technically include that in the prep time.

  3. My daughter wants to make this for the “Kids Bake Off” tomorrow at church. We were planning to put it all together tonight and leave in fridge until tomorrow (noonish), but now I am wondering if we should wait to do the pudding on top until the morning…thoughts?

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